Silence is golden LOL
We're just about to seal a deal on some top branded tablets and wanted to start gauging some interest.
The spec is as follows:
Office home and student.
We're planning on doing a cracking deal on these so please let us know ASAP if you might be interested or if you're looking to go down the Windows 8 tablet route.
Silence is golden LOL
Please make sure there is a Nic avalible that allows PXE boot and the EFI allows booting MDT or other imaging tools, even better if the tablet supports a 64bitOS with its 64bit chip. From cold experience the Asus transformerbook t100 does none of these things making it an epic pain without a rear facing camera.
In New Zealand so shipping may be a bother unless you could do direct from manufacturer. We are still looking at atom based hybrid tablets with all the above provisions met. Probably a class set or so, have 6 of the Asus ones and while nice enough have some real issues when it comes to imaging them and has no rear camera.
Last edited by gshaw; 20th May 2014 at 12:39 PM.
It is a 32-bit EFI, Atom based device with front and rear facing cameras.
It is not a Thinkpad Tablet2 device, however!
@SYNACK If you were looking for a full classroom set (assuming that'd be 25-30+) we would consider shipping overseas if we did have something that you were particularly interested in.
The 64GB SSD and 2GB RAM puts me off a little. I had a Asus Smart VivoTab ME400C, it was ok and did the job but slowly. When using them in a school large applications such as Office and Sims would need to be run and I can't imagine it all running too well on a tablet with this spec.
The minimum I would go for is an i3, 4GB Ram and 128GB storage. A nice screen and build quality is a bonus.
@abillybob if you require a quote on some tablets for the school please feel free to contact me. We can provide quotes for any manufacturer that you prefer. We currently have some Samsung Ativ Tab 3 in stock at an amazing price if you would like further information on this please let me know. This tablet comes with Windows 8 but can be upgraded to pro using your ESS licence.
Thanks will pass you on to the new tech!
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